- Dec 09 2022
M.S. in Counseling Spring 2023 Final Application Deadline
Spring term starts January 11th, 2023
The M. S. in Counseling degree with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) from Divine Mercy University embraces the Catholic-Christian vision of the person and educates on the core dispositions established by industry standards. Students acquire the necessary counseling knowledge and skills to engage in communities as effective leaders and social justice advocates. Graduates are compassionate and ethical in their work as trained professionals that honor and respect the innate dignity of every person in a global, diverse population.
Before you apply, please review below to ensure you qualify to apply to the M.S. in Counseling Program based on your location. Divine Mercy University (DMU) is obligated to comply with other states’ laws regarding the delivery of distance education to residents of other states. State laws regarding distance education vary state-by-state, and even program-by-program within a state.
Please note that at this time, DMU is not able to accept applications from those who reside in: Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Oregon. For additional state and licensure disclaimers, please scroll to the bottom.
After all application materials have been completed and received by our Admissions office, you will be invited to schedule a video conference interview with admissions. Pending the outcome of the individual meeting with admissions, a group video conference interview with other applicants and the SOC faculty members will follow. If you are seeking admission to a program after the Primary Application Deadline has passed, please talk to your Admissions Advisor for assistance and to inquire if additional spaces may still be available. Please note, classroom size is limited and cohorts may fill to capacity prior to published deadlines.